Kandagawa Wars Trailer

Kandagawa Wars Trailer (1983)

01 January 1983 Drama, Comedy 60 mins

Two sexually energized young women who live in a high-rise apartment building happen one day to spy from their window a mother and son making love in the apartment across from theirs. They decide to stage a rescue attempt to free him and in the process one of the young women ends up falling in love with the son despite having a boyfriend and enjoying sex with her female companion. Of course, the mother they are warring against has her own plans when she feels her privacy invaded.

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Cast

Usagi Aso

as Akiko

Miiko Sawaki

as the Mother

Houen Kishino

as the Son

Crew

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